It was exciting to see some activity after such a long time of inactivity :-)
I also took an image with just my camera and long focal length lens to capture the Sun in the visible light.
The H-alpha image above was taken with a Lunt LS60mm solar telescope and a Canon 700D camera with a 2x Barlow lens attached, I took two sets of images one for the solar disc and one set for the faint prominence and combined both images in PS.
You have to do this because the faint prominence needs a longer exposure than the solar disc.
The ordinary image of the Sun below was taken with a Canon 70D camera and an 18-400mm Tamron lens with a 2x converter set at 400mm making a focal length of 1280mm. A glass solar filter was also attached to the front of the lens for safe viewing and imaging of the Sun.